Protestors staged a unique protest at Queen’s Park supporting long-term care workers and staff members.
Picketers have gotten creative at recent strikes by bringing graphical and creative signs to the picket line.
Toronto students protested in front of Queen’s Park on Friday and called for politicians to act against climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Hundreds marched in freezing cold temperatures to participate in the third annual Women March On event, Sunday, Jan. 19.
As MPPs headed back to Queen’s Park on Tuesday, students gathered to protest upcoming changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).
Ontario post-secondary students marched in Toronto to protest recent changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Program.
It’s understandable that older students in Grade 11 and 12 protested — but eight- and nine-year-olds chanting political statements and carrying signs?
Ontario students protested the province’s decision to roll back the sex-ed curriculum taught in elementary schools by walking out of class on Sept. 21, but the demonstration at East York Collegiate Institute didn’t follow the script.
Seven weeks after the tragic mass shooting at Toronto’s Greektown, a clash of “love versus hate” took place Sunday on the site of the horrific event.
Dozens of toddlers and young children were drawing, reading and singing in protest of the withdrawal of child care subsidy for some Torontonians.